Hi everyone. I'm Antonio Mercurio from Italy. I'm passioned about opensource software such as Joomla, Drupal, Wordpress and many others. I made a video course on K2 for Joomla 3 in Italian on the Udemy platform. The video course is composed of 12 videos and the first 3 are free. The duration is about 150 minutes and you can learn the basics of the component. In the future I'll post new bonus videos and whoever is interested can visit the link below:
Ciao a tutti. Sono Antonio Mercurio dall'Italia. Per passione mi occupo di realizzare guide in formato e-book disponibili su Amazon e Google Play Store e di videoguide su youtube. Volevo informare la comunità di K2 che ho realizzato un videocorso su questo componente nella verisone 2.6.9 su Joomla 3- Il videocorso è disponibile per soli 5 euro su udemy e i cui primi tre video sono free. Il corso si compone di 12 video per la durata totale di 150 minuti. Copre tutte le basi del componente ma verrà arricchito in futuro se avrà un certo numero di iscritti. Per chi fosse interessato ecco il link di udemy:
K2 version 2.6.9 is now available to download. This is a quick maintenance release which addresses the item time problem introduced from changes in the Joomla API in the latest Joomla 3.3.x releases. The creation/modified time in K2 items would simply switch to null when editing existing K2 items. Again, this problem was caused only in the latest Joomla 3.3.x releases.
The first public beta release of K2 version 3 is finally here!
It's been more than a year's work so far designing the application and actually building it, and now we're just a few months away from the final stable 3.0.0 release!
This beta release is now available for testers and early adopters but it is NOT recommended for production websites. There are quite a few things to iron out (from parameter inheritance to frontend templates to the actual UI) and we'll use all the help we can get from your feedback in order to complete version 3.0.0.
Here's a short demo video, showcasing the responsiveness of the new UI. Yeap, it feels like a desktop grade app. K2 v3.x is running on a remote (busy) dev server.
In this first video, I'm browsing and filtering a list of 100 K2 items, by using the top filters as well as the pagination buttons. Then I switch to "infinite scrolling" mode (no pagination, just a stream of all items).
Of course there are various things to "iron out" - design wise - and small bugs, but the functionality is ready!